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Tag Archives: Nathan Glantz
Happy Valentine’s Day from Gennett Records! Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra perform “I Found A Way To Love You” just for today! It was recorded on 1/23/1925 in NYC and appeared on Gennett 5648. Advertisements
October 20th in Gennett History, 1925: Nathan Glantz recorded “Glow Worm (Gluhwurnchen)” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett 3170 and featured Glantz (as) and Thomas Griselle (p).
October 13th in Gennett History, 1922: Nathan Glantz y su orquesta recorded “Mujer Perjura Danzon” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett S-4984 and S-5118. The recording card noted “Special Mexican Recording Listing and Label Information To Be OK’D By The … Continue reading
August 26th in Gennett History, 1925: In NYC, the Happy Collegians (Nathan Glantz & His Orch) recorded: “Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue.” It appeared on Gennett 3122 and featured Arthur Fields (v). “The Co-ed.” It appeared on Gennett 3122.
June 22nd in Gennett History, 1927: Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra recorded “Carnival” in NYC. The recording appeared on Gennett 6197, Gennett Sound Effects 0108, and Bell 577. The recording card noted that this was “A special recording for the … Continue reading
May 13th in Gennett History, 1925: Nathan Glantz and His Orchestra recorded “One Smile” in NYC. It appeared on Gennett 3087. Glantz and his various incarnations was one of Gennett’s most prolific sources.